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As the number of daylight hours increase, temperatures warm and pastures grow, farm managers should take steps to prevent hypomagnesemia or "grass tetany."

From his own county, to farms across the state, Kevin Elder spent his career sharing the values of conservation and stewardship.

Mud can be detrimental to livestock and cause soil loss. Graziers need to have a mud control plan as part of a comprehensive grazing management system.

As of March 1, there were 72.9 million hogs and pigs on U.S. farms, up 3 percent from March 2017, but down 1 percent from Dec. 1, 2017.

Find out what can be done to reduce vitamin supplementation costs and what can be done if you cannot find any vitamin A.

Some studies comparing summer to winter calf growth show calves grow better in the winter. Learn how to keep your calves cool and eating in the summer.

Livestock haulers and others in the ag industry have 90 more days to weigh in on federal rules that would require truckers to take breaks.

The selection of replacement heifers is important to the beef herd as a whole but can be costly. Use the following tips to make the right selections.

The flooding may be over, but there are still concerns for farmers and for livestock.

Make sure your lambs get a good start by using the “clip, dip, and strip” technique in your lambing practices. It will help keep newborn lambs healthy.
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